byFabre, Jean-Henri, 1823-1915; Teixeira de Mattos, Alexander, 1865-1921
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Keen on (Mason) Bees with Dave Hunter Length: 69m Paul has an amazing talk with Dave Hunter of www.crownbees.com about bees. They start on familiar territory for permies forum users talking about colony collapse disorder and Paul's video about it. Paul has a bit of fun describing the benefits of polyculture, replacing irrigation with permaculture , and hugelkultur Then things move on to talk about mason bees of all sorts and Dave's plan for how to increase the population these amazing native... Topics: permaculture, pollination, bees, mason bees, native polinators, cownbees, plan b
Length 1:12 livestock guardian animals; mason bees; terriers as guard dogs; lgd; chicken predators; noxious weeds; killing and butchering; respectful killing; using the whole animal All part of my grand permaculture empire. Including permaculture blogs, permaculture videos, permacutlure articles, permaculture podcasts and even a devious permaculture forum. Topics: chickens, mason bees, podcast, slaughter, respectful, chicken processing, guardian dogs, wild...
Length 1:01 Paul Wheaton talks to Dave Hunter about mason bees and how easy they are to encourage. He distinguishes between social bees and solitary bees. One mason bee can pollinate a lot more than honey bees. Dave talks about what habits we need to shift in order to help mason bees thrive. He describes levels of bee awareness and responsibility, similar to the Wheaton Eco Scale. Mason bees can double or triple fruit yields. Dave talks about leaf cutter bees, and what mud is to mason bees.... Topics: podcast, Paul Wheaton, mason bees, bees, pollination, habitat, ecosystem, fruit trees